Put On Blast: Tamar Braxton Claims Beyonce’s Baby Bump Was Fake And Says She Was NEVER Pregnant!

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Did Tamar just expose BeyBey??

Tamar Braxton Calls Beyonce’s Baby Bump Fake

Beyonce’s fake baby bump was one of the biggest rumors of the year. The rumors that the fraudy bump have since died down but it looks like Tamar Braxton has opened up that box of worms once again after appearing on Tiny’s new talk show, Tiny Tonight!

Recently, on Tiny Tonight during a chat about the year’s craziest topics, Tamar said she once believed Beyonce carried her own baby until she saw footage of Bey’s stomach folding like a blanket on live TV.

The reality star then went on to say that Bey was never really pregnant and the baby bump was fake:

“I dont think she was pregnant. The deflated stomach thing. I watched the video and I don’t know. She sat down and she looked up like “OH SHI*!!”

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Tiny and Claudia Jordan quickly came to defend Mommy Bey and shared their thoughts.Tiny even claimed she touched Beyonce’s stomach while attending a concert and felt a “very hard ball”….

“I touched her belly. I was at the Jay Z and Kanye show and greeted her. I gave her a hug and she did have a belly there. I wasn’t even thinking about the whole fake baby bump thing. I felt a hard ball there.”

Trina, another guest, later called Tamar “delusional” for thinking Bey was faking her pregnancy.

Tamar is not holding back! Everyone else is just trying to make sure the Illuminati doesn’t destroy the rest of their struggle careers, while Tamar was just keepin’ it real.

Now that’s the truth dot com!!!

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